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Spring courses from Mt. St. Anne’s

As we journey through Advent towards Christmas this is a time of looking outward and forward with hope and the joy of welcoming the new, seeing with new eyes.  Mount Saint Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre is offering the following Spring Schedule of Zoom Courses through from February to the end of March 2021. You can also find further details ...

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Exploring through scripture & art

scripture and art

The genealogy of Jesus in Mathew 1:1 – 17 names only five women: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba and Mary.  For centuries people have been intrigued by the inclusion of these diverse and often unorthodox women.  This online course offered by Mount St. Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre is an opportunity to explore their individual stories through scripture and art, and ...

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A peaceful journey

You are invited to participate in an online journey from Easter to Pentecost facilitated by Gráinne Doherty. This online retreat opportunity is provided by Mount St. Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre see: HERE    (Please note that Mount St. Anne’s is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions). ‘Peace be with you’ (Jn 20:19): Journeying from Easter to Pentecost ...

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Getting to know Hildegard of Bingen

The Presentation Sisters (North East Province -Ireland) Way of Life Office extend a welcome invitation to you to participate in a seminar which will take place in two locations – Dublin and Galway – on different dates, see full details as follows: Theme:  “Hildegard of Bingen: Ecologist, Musician and Healer” When:   Saturday 28th March 2020 Where:  Avila Carmelite Centre (Discalced ...

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Vocation Open House 2020

Vocation Open House

Presentation Sisters have a “culture of vocations” within the congregation. This means that everyone  has a sense of responsibility for nurturing and supporting the seeds of vocation in all who approach the community as enquirers, searchers and discerners. In our community settings there is an opportunity to hear the stories of those who have lived Presentation life through the ups ...

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Red Wednesday

Red Wednesday is an initiative of the organisation, Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) which aims to focus the attention of the western world on the problematic situation that persecuted Christians are facing and to show them our compassion. On this occasion, several churches and public buildings around the world are lit in red. “The persecution of Christians is ...

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Finding the language

The language we use to communicate with each other is more than just the spoken word, it has its roots in a connection of mind, heart and soul that comes from life shared among us and within us.  An expression of inter-relationship at a local, universal and cosmic level. During the past two decades Ireland has become an increasingly diverse ...

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Intercultural Living As Christian Mission

The Presentation Sisters NEP in partnership with the British and Irish Association for Practical Theology (BIAPT) are delighted to be hosting a one-day conference on ‘Intercultural Living as Christian Mission’ on Thursday 16th May 2019 in the Emmaus Centre, Swords, Co. Dublin. We are privileged to have as keynote speaker Anthony Gittins, CSSp author of Living Mission Interculturally (Liturgical Press, ...

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Not Words but Deeds

NATIONAL  GATHERING 2019 The Friends of Nano (Ireland) National Gathering 2019 will take place on Saturday June 15th in Nano Nagle Place, Cork from  10.00 am – 3.30 pm It offers a day of reflection and conversation for Friends of Nano, Co-Workers & Associates on the theme:  ‘Not Words but Deeds’.   (From the Nagle Family Motto). Presenters: Brian O’Toole, (Director ...

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Community of mystics and prophets

Today  thousands of pilgrims walk ancient paths  in search  of a deep spirituality to sustain daily life. They draw from spirituality to the desert, Celtic, Monastic, Contemplative stream. These are deep roots. On April  6th, Ray Simpson,  founder of the ecumenical community of  Aidan  and Hilda on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne will travel  to  Ardmore  to explore the possibility of ...

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